This is a wonderful "watch the world go by spot" sitting outside in Summer or on a sunny day at any other time of the year - cosy blankets provided. Inside however it is cramped and draughty on a cold day with constantly opening doors at the front and back of the small eating area.
It is pricey but for the location if eating outside worth it. I however lunched there with a friend on a gloomy winter's day. We ate inside. It was quiet,cold, the service was slow and a touch surly and jolly expensive at a few pence short of £40 for a light lunch of sandwiches, soup, one piece of cake, one glass of wine and 3 coffees - our 2 unremarkeable vegetable soups came in at £13.90! When the bill came I was embarrassed as I had recommended Gusto to my friend.I am not sure we would have paid any more for a set lunch at the nearby Petit Blanc.I will go back but may order rather more carefully. I like it here but I know my friend won't be returning as she was horrified at the cost.
It is a tricky one as on nice days the outside tables are always full and people linger hence no doubt the mark up on the food prices so I have some sympathy with the restaurant who won't want people hogging tables with a bowl of cheap soup for hours but such inflated prices are not worth it if inside on a cold quiet January day.
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